The soap star, who was eliminated from the programme last night, said that he will miss working with pro skater Nina Ulanova more than anything else after leaving the show.
"The worst part is knowing that I will not get to skate with Nina again," he told Daybreak. "She's taught me so much. She's the junior world skating champion and to be taught by the best is such a privilege.
"The hardest part is not going in this morning and tomorrow to get taught by one of the best in the world.
"It has been a magical experience getting taught by these best coaches in the world. Training for three months, I was taken out of my comfort zone, which was great for me. To do something with someone with as much experience as Nina was such a pleasure for me."
Dancing On Ice continues next Sunday at 6.30pm on ITV1.